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Thursday, April 19, 2018

10 Throwback Chicano Soul Tracks By San Antonio Artists We Love

Posted By and on Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 3:11 PM

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Danny & The Tejanos
“What’s The Word - Pa-go-go”


This break beat, these sliding horns, dare I call this song perfect? Fuck it, this track is a banger and we’ve played it probably 20 times in a row in the office just now. – CC



The Eptones
“No One Else But You”


Damn, why is this whole era of music epic as hell? Another group to emerge out of Burbank High School alongside Sunny and The Sunliners, The Eptones’ “No One Else But You” is rich in brass and vocal harmonies with basslines that perfectly round out this mid-tempo love song. – CC



Sunny and The Sunliners
Should I Take You Home"

Ooh-wee! Arguably one of the, if not the, sexiest jams ever produced by someone from San Antonio, Sunny Ozuna's “Should I Take You Home” probably was playing in the background while a whole generation of folks were being conceived. So be careful with this one. – CC


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